Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Mexican Casserole Recipe  

One of my favorite dishes ever!  Everyone loves it and it will serve a lot of people. It is quite rich so a little goes a long way.  I always serve it with a scoop of Guacamole and chips and hot sauce. Don't forget the Margaritas!!!!!!!!!!!!
***Recipe calls for spinach and some people just don't don't like spinach.  I have totally eliminated the spinach before and I have also made it with spinach only on one side. (I just divide the mixture into two pots and add the spinach to only one).  

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Hamburger Meat 2 lbs
2 boxes of chopped spinach
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can of cream of golden mushroom soup
1 can diced tomatoes
2 cans of rotel
1 8 oz sour cream
1 Package of large flour tortillas
2-3 bags of cheese Grated cheddar cheese and/or Grated sharp cheddar cheese


2 lbs of hamburger meat
2 box of chopped spinach
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 can of cream of golden mushroom (sometimes hard to find)
1 can of diced tomato's or one can of stewed tomato's (I prefer the diced as the stewed ones are large and you have to cut them up)
2 cans rotel tomato's (you can use the plain can or the blue can)
1 8 oz container of sour cream

1 package of large flour tortillas. I like the large because you just need two for the bottom and two for the top of the casserole dish


Brown meat in deep skillet as you will adding all the ingredients into the pot. Drain grease.

Add rotels (do not need to drain)
Add Spinach that you thawed out and drained
add both mushroom soups
add all of sour cream
add tony seasoning salt and black pepper
*I add about a cup of diced jalapeno but that is optional

Stir all together

Take two large tortillas and spread with margarine. Place on top of a couple of paper towels and zap in the microwave for about 25 seconds to soften the tortillas. Place these two on the bottom of the casserole dish.

Pour mixture into casserole dish and spread about.

Now take the remainder tortillas and repeat microwave step. Place tortillas on top of casserole.

Now place grated cheese. I used a package of cheddar and a package of sharp cheddar.

**I have also started adding a layer of cheese over the bottom layer of tortillas before adding mixture.

Bake on 350 for about 45 minutes to an hour

*Make sure your last layer is the cheese which will be on top of the tortillas. If you leave the tortillas on top they will get crispy and hard.

Mo's Guacamole

I laugh everytime someone compliments my guacomole as it takes about 2 seconds to make.

3-4 avocados-you can use more avocados if you wish but you may need to add part or all of another can ot rotel.  Or you can add a little jalapeno juice.   Now, here is the big decision.  SERIOUSLY!
Regular Rotel,  Mexican Rotel or Hot Rotel.  I use hot but beware it is hot!!!!!!  Your call.

Now add some Tony's Seasoning Salt and mash it up.  That's it

MO's Hot Sauce

Ok, this is even easier then the Guacomole!

How ever many cans of Rotel you want.  I usually use about 4 cans
**** Again your choice on which type of Rotel.

Open cans and pour into a blender.  Add a few jalapenos and some Tony's Seasoning salt. (Not to much).  Blend it up and your done.

*I have also added  a couple of tablespoons of pickle juice, if, you like it on the sour side. Careful not to add to much.

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